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council took up the issue tonight. abc7's sergio quintana is live with the latest there. sergio? >> and those opponents did collect enough signatures for what they thought would go before voters this year. but just after a half an hour ago, the city council decided to reject the signatures and those initiatives and instead they took the whole issue to court. spray paint marks where surveyors and utility crews started preping the site for construction of the future 49er stadium. the santa clara mayor says the journey to the playoffs has given new light to the luxury boxes in the proposed stadium. >> it raised the stakes. it made it so they sold quick scpert stadium builders built quicker. people realize that this is a super bowl-bound team. >> but opponents of the santa clara stadium say they want a second public vote on construction and this time they want voters to be clear about the billion dollar price tag. >> the 49ers owned and marketed measure j and intentionally left the facts of what it was going to cost our city off the ballot. >> the group has gathered enough signature
that stadium from being built. the city council took up the issue tonight. abc7's sergio quintana is live with the latest there. sergio? >> and those opponents did collect enough signatures for what they thought would go before voters this year. but just after a half an hour ago, the city council decided to reject the signatures and those initiatives and instead they took the whole issue to court. spray paint marks where surveyors and utility crews started preping the site for construction of the future 49er stadium. the santa clara mayor says the journey to the playoffs has given new light to the luxury boxes in the proposed stadium. >> it raised the stakes. it made it so they sold quick scpert stadium builders built quicker. people realize that this is a super bowl-bound team. >> but opponents of the santa clara stadium say they want a second public vote on construction and this time they want voters to be clear about the billion dollar price tag. >> the 49ers owned and marketed measure j and intentionally left the facts of what it was going to cost our city off the ballot. >> the group
. >> now to sergio quintana. he is live at seasonal stoic -- candlestick park. >> you know you're always wondering how it's going to turn out, because if the home team wins they have a happy crowd, and the 49ers are happy tonight, and this is a day that started out pretty good. >> niner ask the ask! >> these jazzy tunes mixed with chants is the sound of pregame jubilation. brass boppers added their sound track to this cornucopia of tailgaters. >> go niners! >> for this first playoff game for the 49ers in nine years, this is the hottest ticket in town. >> i got it for christmas. thank you, mom. >> the matchup was treat like a rival game this the san francisco police mobilized 25% more cops and made sure the tailgaters cleared out. >> folks that want to have a beer that aren't driving, that's fine, but no tailgating after the game either. >> the party spirit bubbled over into some intense joshing by niners fans. >> go niners! >> with chants aimed at saints fans. >> it's the niner fans. just having a good time. >> at least one reporter was caught up in it. >> we want to know how are you fee
. >> they navigated through you a tangle of programs. here is sergio quintana. >> she is on disability and her husband just got laid off so she is looking for options to shrink her mortgage payment. >> we are financially okay and we have money in the bank and we make our payments. i want to take advantage of the interest rates that are lower. >> he is nervously watching as the value has sunk. >> it is probably a market value right now of about 150,000. >> according to santa clara county records, there are more than 200 notices of default filed each week. compare that to just under 300 a week during the worst part of the mortgage meltdown three years ago, and it is clear that things are getting better, but there are still a lot of people going into default. they say they are at this event to find options that will keep them from becoming part of the default statistics. >> there are unfortunately all kinds of reasons why more than two dozen homeowners have come here seeking troubled mortgages. there is a lot of information and that's one of the reasons why organizers have put together the seminar to lin
, there are still people out in the streets. reporting live in oakland, sergio quintana. >> a group of protesters broke into city hall at 8:00 tonight. you can see them setting fire to an american flag in these photos shot by our media partner, the san jose merck are -- mercury n. >> we're going to take some live look at the protests right now. this is outside of the ymca on broadway. not a lot of people move can around at this point but still plenty out there and officers are at the ready on scene as well. >> let's move on to other news. a brutal attack has an 81-year-old el cerrito woman fighting for her life. police say she was beaten and possibly sexually assaulted. the victim livesowing the >> reporter: the victim lives just three blocks from where she was found clinging to life. we're told by friends of the woman she often went for early morning walks in the neighborhood. sometimes as early as 4:30 a.m. they say it's possible that is when she was attacked. >> he is the manager of this big o tire store. he doesn't usually look at this corner of the property until late in the day but at 9:00
mortgages got some tonight. >> they navigated through you a tangle of programs. here is sergio quintana. >> she is on disability and her husband just got laid off so she is looking for options to shrink her mortgage payment. >> we are financially okay and we have money in the bank and we make our payments. i want to take advantage of the interest rates that are lower. >> he is nervously watching as the value has sunk. >> it is probably a market value right now of about 150,000. >> according to santa clara county records, there are more than 200 notices of default filed each week. compare that to just under 300 a week during the worst part of the mortgage meltdown three years ago, and it is clear that things are getting better, but there are still a lot of people going into default. are at thisy are at this event to find options that will keep them from becoming part of the default statistics. >> there are unfortunately all kinds of reasons why more than two dozen homeowners have come here seeking troubled mortgages. there is a lot of information and that's one of the reasons why organiz
to adhere to this ban to make things simpler for the shoppers. 234* san jose, sergio quintana, abc news. >>> a similar law went into affect in marin county. customers will have to pay 5 cents for those merchants and the fee. >>> a new law in the city of alameda tomorrow. 0* monday, the city's secondhand smoke ordinance goes into affect. smoking is prohibited in public spaces, but it goes a lot farther than that. you can't light up in any indoor or outdoor areas of employment in taxis or on tractors. smoking is also prohibited in new rental complexes. >>> a teenager is under observation after falling from the stands following the raiders game. 17-year-old juan sal cree do was -- salcedo was leaning over the railing. he lost his balance and then fell. he was taken to the hospital as a precaution. >>> an unusual rescue in daily city. firefighters are saving a dog after it fell from a cliff. two people walking in avalon canyon noticed the stuck rottweiler. they were able to reach the animal and carry it to safety. the dog bit its owner and a firefighter had to be treated for their wounds. t
. in san francisco i'm sergio keen -- quintana. >>> and mayor ed le walks down the steps in a ceremony fit for a king. le was appointed mayor last year when gavin new -- gnu -- newsom was elected. he was the city's first asian-american mayor. >> whether you voted for me first, second, third or not at all, i want to thank all of the people of this city of giving me this historic opportunity as serving as your elected mayor. >> at a ceremony where the living mayors, brown feinstein, newsom, jordan and agnose. >>> another grass fire tonight in novato. this while investigators are searching for an arsonist they say deliberately set several small fires overnight. >> it began with a dumpster fire. it was followed by a series of grass fires on the hillsides nearby. lilian kim is live with a look at the investigation. lilian? >> police say the sar son nis may -- the arsonist may have struck again. they just put out a small grass fire on top of the hill behind me, very close to one of the fires that broke ou
francisco, i'm sergio keen -- quintana. >>> and mayor ed le walks down the steps in a ceremony fit for a king. le was appointed mayor last year when gavin new -- gnu -- newsom was elected. he was the city's first asian-an mayor. >> whether you voted for me first, second, third or not at all, i want to thank all of the people of this city of giving me this historic opportunity as serving as your elected mayor. >> at a ceremony where the living mayors, brown, feinstein, newsom, jordan and agnose. >>> another grass fire tonight in novato. this while investigators are searching for an arsonist they say deliberately set several small fires overnight. >> it began with a dumpster fire. it was followed by a series of grass fires on the hillsides nearby. lilian kim is live with a look at the investigation. lilian? >> police say the sar son nis may -- the arsonist may have struck again. they just put out a small grass fire on top of the hill behind me, very close to one of the fires that broke out overnight. investigators say the latest fire on a grassy hill above redwood boulevard looks lik
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